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Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 22, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 22, 2019     Class Schedule Next Week: Monday, November 25 – Regular 7-Period Schedule Tuesday, November 26 – Thursday Block Schedule Wednesday, November 27 – Wednesday Block Schedule No School – Thursday & Friday, November 28 & 29th     New Information The Washington State PTA Reflections Program - "Look Within" entries are due TODAY, Friday, November 22, 2019 in the Newport High School Main Office before 4pm. Entries from all grades and all abilities are welcome! For more information, complete rules and entry forms: https://www.wastatepta.org/events-programs/reflections/ Questions? Contact Mrs. Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com   The POP UP BAKESHOP is back! It’s like having a personal baker… Newport’s WaNIC Culinary Arts classes have baked a simply delicious assortment (over 60 different cookies) of tempting treats just in time for the holidays. Please join us Friday, December 6, 2019 at the Tyee Middle School Holiday Bazaar, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, $2.00 each or $18.00 a Baker’s dozen. Throw a little flour around and dab some vanilla behind your ears, your secret is safe with us. All proceeds benefit Newport’s culinary team the Newport Knives.   If you are interested in coding and business, solve societal challenges and compete in an international competition then attend the Technovation Club meeting today, Friday, November 22, 2019 after school in room 1103.   Newport’s own comedy sketch show is this Friday at 7PM! Come enjoy a fun night full of laughs for only $5 at the door. Our host is Ms. McDuffie, with a special musical guest - Not Alone. See you there, Newport!   Today through Wednesday, November 27th bring your non-perishable food donations for HopeLink. Since 1971, HopeLink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. Please donate. Thank you.   General Information Seniors: Pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal.   Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  Please email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) if you are interested.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.     KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival     College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
    Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Let's Take Care of Each Other Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 21, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 21, 2019   New Information The Washington State PTA Reflections Program - "Look Within" entries are due this Friday, November 22, 2019 in the Newport High School Main Office before 4pm. Entries from all grades and all abilities are welcome! For more information, complete rules and entry forms: https://www.wastatepta.org/events-programs/reflections/ Questions? Contact Mrs. Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com   

The POP UP BAKESHOP is back! It’s like having a personal baker… Newport’s WaNIC Culinary Arts classes have baked a simply delicious assortment (over 60 different cookies) of tempting treats just in time for the holidays. Please join us Friday, December 6, 2019 at the Tyee Middle School Holiday Bazaar, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, $2.00 each or $18.00 a Baker’s dozen. Throw a little flour around and dab some vanilla behind your ears, your secret is safe with us. All proceeds benefit Newport’s culinary team the Newport Knives.

  If you are interested in coding and business, solve societal challenges and compete in an international competition then attend the Technovation Club meeting this Friday, November 22, 2019 after school in room 1103.   Newport’s own comedy sketch show is this Friday at 7PM! Come enjoy a fun night full of laughs for only $5 at the door. Our host is Ms. McDuffie, with a special musical guest - Not Alone. See you there, Newport!   Tuesday, November 19 through Wednesday, November 27th bring your non-perishable food donations for HopeLink. Since 1971, HopeLink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. Please donate. Thank you. To learn more: https://www.hopelink.org/   General Information Seniors: Pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal.   Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  Please email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) if you are interested.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Thursday, November 21st
  • Maryland Institute College of Arts – 11:15am
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities Useful Links: Let's Take Care of Each Other Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 20, 2019   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other

The POP UP BAKESHOP is back! It’s like having a personal baker… Newport’s WaNIC Culinary Arts classes have baked a simply delicious assortment (over 60 different cookies) of tempting treats just in time for the holidays. Please join us Friday, December 6, 2019 at the Tyee Middle School Holiday Bazaar, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, $2.00 each or $18.00 a Baker’s dozen. Throw a little flour around and dab some vanilla behind your ears, your secret is safe with us. All proceeds benefit Newport’s culinary team the Newport Knives.   If you are interested in coding and business, solve societal challenges and compete in an international competition then attend the Technovation Club meeting this Friday, November 22, 2019 after school in room 1103.   Newport’s own comedy sketch show is this Friday at 7PM! Come enjoy a fun night full of laughs for only $5 at the door. Our host is Ms. McDuffie, with a special musical guest - Not Alone. See you there, Newport!   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal.   Speech and Debate engaged at the Seattle Academy Invitational this past weekend. Twenty eight Newport students competed with honor in Congress, Lincoln Douglas, Public Forum, and a variety of Speech events. Out of 588 competitors from 38 schools across three states our members broke to elimination rounds placing in JV and Open Lincoln Douglas, Novice Extemporaneous Speaking, Novice and Open Impromptu Speaking, Novice Informative Speaking, and Novice Original Oratory. Students interested may visit practices on Monday and Thursday in the library after school.   Tuesday, November 19 through Wednesday, November 27th bring your non-perishable food donations for HopeLink. Since 1971, HopeLink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. Please donate. Thank you.     This Week’s Events Seniors: Pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Thursday, November 21st
  • Maryland Institute College of Arts – 11:15am
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, November 19, 2019   TODAY, Tuesday, November 19, 2019: SEL Special Bell Schedule   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   If you are interested in coding and business, solve societal challenges and compete in an international competition then attend the Technovation Club meeting this Friday, November 22, 2019 after school in room 1103.   This month SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) will present a panel titled, "Don't Touch My Hair" and other experiences of being black at Newport. Join in the discussion Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30pm in room 2103. Snacks will be provided.   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal.   Speech and Debate engaged at the Seattle Academy Invitational this past weekend. Twenty eight Newport students competed with honor in Congress, Lincoln Douglas, Public Forum, and a variety of Speech events. Out of 588 competitors from 38 schools across three states our members broke to elimination rounds placing in JV and Open Lincoln Douglas, Novice Extemporaneous Speaking, Novice and Open Impromptu Speaking, Novice Informative Speaking, and Novice Original Oratory. Students interested may visit practices on Monday and Thursday in the library after school.   Tuesday, November 19 through Wednesday, November 27th bring your non-perishable food donations for HopeLink. Since 1971, HopeLink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. Please donate. Thank you.   This Week’s Events Seniors: If you missed the Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport today, Tuesday, during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.    REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Thursday, November 21st
  • Maryland Institute College of Arts – 11:15am
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures  

Daily Bulletin – Monday, November 18, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Monday, November 18, 2019   Tuesday, November 19, 2019: SEL Special Bell Schedule   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   This month SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) will present a panel titled, "Don't Touch My Hair" and other experiences of being black at Newport. Join in the discussion Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30pm in room 2103. Snacks will be provided.   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal   Come join STEM League’s first meeting of the year Monday, November 18th in room 3118 at 3:40pm. STEM League seeks to promote outreach events within the community and within our meetings you can look forward to fun experiments and listen to guest speakers share their experiences within various STEM career fields.   This Week’s Events Seniors: If you missed the Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport on Monday and Tuesday during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 15, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 15, 2019   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   This month SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) will present a panel titled, "Don't Touch My Hair" and other experiences of being black at Newport. Join in the discussion Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30pm in room 2103. Snacks will be provided.   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal   Come join STEM League’s first meeting of the year Monday, November 18th in room 3118 at 3:40pm. STEM League seeks to promote outreach events within the community and within our meetings you can look forward to fun experiments and listen to guest speakers share their experiences within various STEM career fields.   2019 Green Genius Cafeteria Challenge is TODAY, Friday, November 15, 2019! The Eco Club is challenging YOU to produce less waste! We will be weighing trash and compost following both lunches, and the school with the least amount wins a prize! You’ve got this Newport!   This Week’s Events Seniors: If you missed today’s Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport on Monday and Tuesday during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   Last chance to audition for the spring talent show is today, November 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures